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TBB PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1919.
MUSEUM IE OF TEA R Matsofl, Parker & ReeseCo. EVEOYTHING TO WEAR ON WHEEL! TTodly fUssioi in Many Sales are started off vx A yew York, May 17. American tour-jj-s visitin? the museum at, Prague, ja' coming years, may stop before a curious looking little freight car, read tie inscription thereon, and exclaim: "That's the 'tea room on wheels which Louis Sears Chez, of the Uni wsity of West Virginia, engineered ;rom Vladivostok to Prague during the ,-nrld war. Members of the Tenth Czecho-Slo-raii infantry, who have known many comforts through the instrumentality of Mr. Chez, and his "tea room on hee!&,'' have asked that it he install ed in the museum at Prague as a per tinent memorial to what America, through the Y. M. C. A., did for the Czechs during the fighting. Dr. Sramek, surgeon With the regi ment', has written Y. M. C. A. head quarters at New York, telling: about MChez and his movable "Y" hut; how he kept ri&ht up with the Czech3 on their trip from Vladivostok toward rra-me and how he earned for him p!fthe title, "the roughneck of the tea room." "It is just like a Prague coffee house," writes Dr. Sramek, "better than many Prague cafes. It not only sf-rved to satisfy the body, but cheered the spirit. Mr. Chez had in his 'tea room on wheels' more journals than the best Prague cafe, French, Eng lish, Russian and even Bohemian, old illustrated papers that one picks up with real pleasure, like greeting an old friend.' Pr. Sramek tells how the men gath ered in the car as in a club after days of hard fighting or marching, and how from the car Mr. Chez Served choco late, tea, cigarettes and coffee. 'Nearly everything could be pur chased in the car by the soldiers so cheap that they were surprised and naid more than the price asked," he write?. "This extra money was col lected by the cashier of the tea room, as a fund for invalids." Rheumatism Excruciating pains and swellings quickly relieved by the famous medi cine SULFERRO-SOL Wonderful remedy in cases of Rheum atism, Indigestion,- Eczema -and other blood and skin diseases. Druggists sell it. , ' TRY LIPTON'S TEA The WELLES-KAHN CO. AGENTS READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New Yon Will Find It Here 9 and 11 South Palafox Street CARY & CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Order now for Winter Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 1 8outh Palafox Strvt Change of Ferry Schedule MONDAY, MAY 19 Leave Mulat 6 and 9 a. m. and 1 and 5' p. m. Leave Escambia 7 and 10 a. m. and 2 and 6 p. m. f J t Sunday Mulat 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. Escambia 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. BICYCLES New and Second hand TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson -Biggs Co. "Home of the Daj'ton" 24 South Palafox Street 3 ft ( t ff woo. ;;';'.-;;--.;'"""';:-::.':;- v mm & ''Ma if-:. .:::-s-i.::s:-W: ;. ii:-:-T:-s:-:-:-. ETHEL,,CLtAYTON -Mai'e Pepper SHOWING AT THE ISIS TOMORRO W AM U MM EN T S 1 s t LHAROLD. LQCKW00D in THE GREAT ROMANCE"- SHOWING AT ISIS TODAY ONLY WON DOG PRAISE OUT LAWF RS 1 . i 1 1 .! v Mf if 1 . 1 1' . t f WvyU , .-.I 1 Sale of Curtain Goods in Drapery Department. MONDAY, TUESDAY Towel Sale Continues ! Special fcHEPA BARA - DIRECTION yTIXJ AM .FOX PASTIME SUNDAY t COTTAGE HILL if is" 1111 I II Slfl 1 I I 133 BILL PASSED EY HOUSE IS SAID TO EE THE MOST DRASTIC OF ALL DOG LAWS EVER ENACTED. "Midnight Frofic Beauty-in Isis Attraction." Ruby de Remer, who is leading woman for Harold Lock wood in his great masterpiece, "The Great Romance,'- which will be shown at the Isis theatre today for one day engage ment is one of the most noted beauties of the famous Midnight Frolics of New York which is noted the world over for the peerless beauty of its chorus girls. Although of unusual beauty and charm Miss de Remcr has not depend ed on that alone Tor the decided' suc cess which she has attained in pic tures hard work and application have had as much to do with her rapid rise as have her personal attractions. She is very ambitious ! oking for high dramatic ' lau reals and devote3 all her. spara time in studying tha methods and . styles of the famous players who most attract her and whom she hopes to use as patterns 10 gain her ambitious ends. G race George and Ethel Barrymore the Metro star are among her stage ideals. "Maggie Pepper" a Clever Store Gir. How an . out-of-date department store may be transformed by the com mon sensfrva'nd' intelligence o fa gijl into a proai.rous enterprise, is told in "Maggi.? Pepper." the new Para mount picture in which Ethel Clay ton will bo seen at the Isis the-itre tomorrow. Furthermore, the picture depicts the ; struggles of tha clever Maggie against heavy odds, enemius md adverse" circumstances. The big, human note is uppermost in this play Which was. written by Charles Klein. Gardner Hunting did the scenario and Chester "Withey directed the produc tion. . . Ethel Clayton in the title role is said to be superb. She has the peculiar quality of .alertness and activity as. well as-the charm and culture to make the role one that will not soon be fo -gotten. The production is far aboe the average, which is easily be! ievab'.- when it is rem ernbered that this is a Paramount" picture. ' John Nyquist, recently of Jackson ville, who came in on the Ij. & N. train at 10:25 last night, to work in a local shoe, shop, was held up at the point of apistol by a masked man, sup posed to be white, and reliaved of $12 ail in dollar bills, he reported to the police. The robher searched the lug gage of the stranger, but semed to care for nothing but money. 1 make glad smi ies around the family table. Most deli -cious corn flakes ever known. -. ..c...... - " ' BY JOHN C. TRICE. ' Tallahassee, May 17. Those who at tended Thursday's sessions of" the house as well as the members of that body, perhaps, know more about dogs now than they did before. Early in the session the dog question came up on the consideration of Mr. Gillis' bill designed for the protection of sheep and other live stock of the state, by taxing every dog out of existence. As i!ujru, that sentiment which, can make no distinction between dogs, good or bad, and while a great ' deal of levity was displayed in the dis cussion of the bill, there was enough of acrimony and grating malefactions aimed at the friends of the bill to re quire days to overcome. ; . -This has always been the case when this .aj iestion was up for legislative consideration. The love for a dog transcends their good judgment until they , lose sight of the fact that about pne-half the sheep raised in this staty find their way into the paunches of worthless dogs, instead of going into the markets. "Brutal," was one of the mi!d opprobiums used today, not in de bate, but by those who seek to influ ence the members of the legis'ature. Notwithstanding this and the . long fight made on the bill it finally, passed the house by a vote of 34 to 2?f: At the beginning of the session'.Mr. Bryan asked that senate bill 342, a local bill for ffaku'.'a county, he with drawn from the fish committee where he had requested it to be sent when it reached the house, and that it be placed on the local calendar. The re quest was granted. Mr. Whyte had a long telegVana from his folks at home read and spread upon the journal. It was against the passage of seining bills for St. Lucie county, and w&s signed by a list of names Said to total 65. Mr. McRae, of Washington county, offered a 'resolution looking to. the marketing of better seed in Florida for the use of those engaged in agri- culture. It provides for the appoint ment of a committee from the house and senate to investigate and report a till to the next session of the legis lature. The general revenue (or license tax) bill was set for 12 o'clock next Tues day, and made a continuing order thereafter. The bill directing the completion of the Tallahassee, Southeastern railroad within a given time, was set for 4 p. m Tuesday. This bill makes a failure within the time specified cause for forfeiting the contract with the inter nal improvement trustees. The Indian war claims bill was set as a special order for Friday and madu a continuing order thereafter". Mr. Campbell, of Madison county, in troduced a bill permitting the sheriff of Madison county to hire detectives. Mr. Epperson, of Levy county, made a motion to reconsider the vote by which the house on yesterday passed a bill making it a misdemeanor to have an unlawful net in one's possession.- , Mr. Gillis' dog law then came up on second reading. It was advanced to third reading and passed. Before doing this though at least four hours time was spent trying to amend, and then trying to kill the bill. When the dog bill had finally been disposed of late in the afternoon, the house took up as a special order the chiropractic bill, -providing for the creation of an examining board and regulating the method of making ex aminations before same. It was read a second time, and advanced to third reading after which it was passed without a dissenting vote. Mr. Miller, of Duval county, at tempted to get senate bills 105 and 106, good roads bills, made a special order for early consideration in th house. A large majority of those vot ing were in favor of the suggestion, but it failed for a lack of the neces sary two-thirds vote Dr. Beck's wife and daughter ar rived Monday afternoon, the doctor having arrived some time previously. The Sunday school gave a very ple'isinf? entertainment Sunday night to a large audience. Mrs Correll is suffering with an at tack of mumps. . ; D. M. Rudd attent's'l conference at Dixorville Ala., Saturrlav and Sunday. Mr. Westbrook, of Prrsucola L. Sc X. horticulturist, . attend-i tho Fruit Growers meeting Monday night and gavo same valuable information along his lme. Mr Clayton is having a new roof put. on his residence souih ot town. Miss Dora McKenzia an-1 Mr. Miller went, to Pensacola Saturday where th.ev were quietly marr'.ei at the home ol Reverend Rice. Mr Miller has re cerirlj returned from France wherr he ha- been serving Uncle Sam. Miss McKenzie is one of the county's most successful teachers and a young lady of eterling worth. The hippy couple wi'i make, their home ;n Texas. The crates have arrived for poaches a;id shipping will begin hi about - two weeks; , Rev. -Hahimitt was a. t aller in Cot tage Hill Sunday and spoke Sunday night in the interest of '.he Centenary drive. Mrs. Tipton and chilJ. t.i arrived last' week and" are no v ;.i home In the parscnage. . - StCE TEA KEEPS HIS ilB m When Mixed With Sulphur It Brings Back Its Beautiful Lustre at Once. Gray hair, however handsome, de notes advancing age. Weal know the advantages of a youthful appearance. Your hir is your charm. It makes or mars the face. When it fadas, turns gray and loks streaked, just a few ap plications" of Sage Tea and Sulohur enhances its appearance a hundred fold. Don't stay gray! Look young! Ei ther prepare the recipe at home or get from any drug store a.50-cent bot tle of "Wyeths Sage and Culphur Com pound," which is . merely the old-time recipe improved by the addition of other ingredients. Thousands of folks recommend this readv-to-use prepara tion, because it darkens the ha-'r beau tifully, besfdes, no one can possibly tell. ps it darkens so naturally and evenly. You moisten a sponge or soft brush with it, drawing this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; aft er another application or two. its nat ural color is restored and it becomes thick, glosrsy and lustrous and you ap pear years younger. . Wyieth's Sage and Sulphur Com yound Is a delightful tolet requisite.- It is not intended for the cure, mitiga tion or prevention of disease. adv. J. P. REMICH & SONS TKe Stor That Satisfies" Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 E. O'BRIEN MOTTA TEACHER OF VIOLIN Studio, No. 212 W. Cervantes St. , Phone No. 813 "Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE Pensacola Shoe Hospital We do expert shoe repairing and use best auality materials. Phone 359. I 102 E. Wright St. 15c Huck Towels, 14x27.. . lCc 25c Huck Towels, 18x36... 19c 35c Hemstitched, 16x24. . . .19c 40c Huck, heavy quality, 20x38 . . . . . . 28c 50c Bath Towels, 20x38 .... 35c 35c Bath Towels, 18x34. . jc $1 Scotch Bath Towels, ueavy quality, 25x45 ; . 75c $1.25 Scotch Bath, dou . s weave Sb. 50c Colored Bath Towels at. 33c 90c Fancy Patterns, Turkish 73c WEDNESDAY Curtain Nets, Cur tain Swisses, Cur tain Marquisette white and ivory, plain, fancy dots, fancy figured, bar'd effects. Excellent fabrics of fine qual ity and splendid val ues at the regula prices. See window 35c, 40c, and 45c qualities, choice 45c Zephyr Gingham Sale! One fine lot of 32-inch sheer fabric in pretty plaids, stripes, checks, solids, real summer patterns. )Qc MONDAY ONLY, yd Monday Specials! ToiletGoods Dept $1.00 Mary Garden Face Powder J1--5 Lilas de Rigaud Face Powder $1.75 A7ura Face Powder 75c Melba Lov'me Face Powder : . . . 75c Mary Garden Talcum Powder 75c Lilas de Rigaud Tal cum Powder 25c Mennen's Talcum Powder 25c Siuibb3 Talcum Powder TCc Jerken's Talcum Powder, 2 Djer Kiss Talcum Powder COc Mary Garden Cold 83c 95c 1.45 61c 61c 61c 12c 19c 25c 38c :43c 50c Woodbury's Facial Cream 25c Pond's Vanishing Cream 50c Hinds Honey and Al mond Cream EOc Pebeco Tooth Paste C5c Mentholatum, j?r at 25c Woodbury's Facial Soap 25c Packer's Tnr Sham- poo Soap 25c Cuticura Skin Scan $1.00 I.otion Vegetale, fine after shaving $l.r-0 Lilas de Rigaud Perfume, high grade.. CASKMERR BOUQUET Soap, fresh stock, regu lar price 25c and 43c 19c 39c 39c 21c 21c 21c 21c 83c 1.19 Toiled 10c Tastes rftht-&ito Banded fervour protection- Better than most ten cent cigars of today All live dealers everywhere Sell, them. Tha Frank Reitly Co., DiseH bntors, Psnsacoia, Florida. 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